Texans Final Roster Cuts

The Texans finished off their final roster cuts with fourteen releases on Saturday.  Among the most interesting cuts were nose tackle Ricardo Mathews, guard Alex Kupper and EZ Nwachukwu.  The Texans decided to keep only eight offensive linemen, which resulted in Kupper’s release as well as fellow lineman James Ferentz. It’s interesting that the Texans […]

August 2014 by Brandon Moffet

Why Andre Brown is a Solid Signing for the Houston Texans

All things considered, the Houston Texans made a solid signing by bringing in Andre Brown on a veteran’s minimum contract.  Brown, who has a past injury history, was easily the best available free agent running back for his asking price.  Although he merely averaged a paltry 3.5 yards per carry last season, Brown was a […]

April 2014 by ethancohen

Texans’ make Coaching Moves

  After suffering the 11th consecutive loss this season, and the second in 12 days to the Jacksonville Jaguars, Houston Texans Owner, Bob McNair decided he had seen enough. The team announced that Head Coach of nearly nine years, Gary Kubiak, has been relieved of his duties. Kubiak finished with a 61-64 record as the […]

December 2013 by Brandon Moffet

Houston Texans make Cuts to Limit Roster to 53

Per the NFL requirements for all teams to have no more than 53 players on their active roster, the Texans were one of many teams that had to make some very difficult decisions by Friday evening. Among the players that the Houston Texans informed of the unfortunate news were a few surprises, but the biggest […]

September 2012 by Craig

Mario Williams is Likely to Leave

On Monday the Houston Texans opted to not use their Franchise Tag, despite the price tag of using it on Mario Williams only being $10.6 million. When given the opportunity to pay one of the most complete defensive players in the league $10.6 million while having the ability to work on a long-term deal, it […]

March 2012 by texans360

Texans Set to Lose Pro Bowl Center, Chris Myers

Reports from around the league are stating that the Texans starting Center of the past six seasons and perennial Pro Bowler, Chris Myers, is likely heading to Green Bay when Free Agency starts on March 13th. Apparently the Packers have met with his agent Drew Rosenhaus and the interest between the two sides is mutual. The Texans […]

February 2012 by texans360